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laws passed and in response, wayne lapierre. and it's been pretty much one-sided in the media, case in point. >> a texas senator ted cruz who won't let the senate hold a democratic vote on gun safety. no democracy. using people using guns to get even with officials, and that's where we are in this country second amendment remedies on officials. >> jon: news busters took a look at the clip and said that mathews is clearly unhinged trying to tie the tea party to ted cruz, the texas senator and suggesting how they were complicit in the murders of that texas prosecutor and his wife. >> right, i mean, look, this is a case where the media are, i think, leading the story and drag the obama administration back into it in a big way over the last week, and yet, even as the media are trying to drive the administration, with some success, they're confusing the story. two issues, gun restrictions probably dead at the level, state level. background checks and asa hutchinson the n.r.a., you could consider background checks. and the media loves out-ride are stories like the congress womb from new y
of the national rifle association wayne lapierre joins us as well. other stories we're covering, north korean leader kim jong un taking the rhetoric to new highlights, issuing daily-threat against south korea. fox news military analyst and four-star jep jack keen ways -- general jack keen ways in. >> pat lea herby announcing he will hold a single hear, one hearing on the gang of eight reform legislation next wednesday. we don't know what is it or when it will be released. earlier they were walking outside the capital to pressure congress to move faster on immigration reform. two senators reached bipartisan agreement on background checks one day before the senate prepares to debate gun control legislation. senators toomey and manchin announcing an agreement to expand background checks to cover herrial sales including those at gunshows an online. private one-on-one sales would be exempt. miff next guest threatped to filibuster. >> joining us is ted cruz. list of assignments so long we won't take up your time with all of them. i'm amazed that you have time for all of the assignments. great to ha
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of the nra wayne lapierre tells us whether the constitution will prevail. next. >> lou: the prime sponsor of the federal ban on high capacity magazines reveals a shocking lock of understanding about both the issue and funs themselves. congresswoman dejutz at a denver forum answering a question on how limiting the number of rounds a magazines would help reduce violence. and this is her incredible answer. >> there are bullets so the people who have those now, they are going to shoot them. and so, if you ban them in the future, the number of the high-capacity magazines is going to decrease dramatically over time. because the bullets will have been shot and there won't be any more available. >> lou: if you understood one wit of that you are amazing. of course; magazines can be reloaded and reused hundreds of time, sometimes thousands of times. a spokeswoman said for the congresswoman she misspoke and was referring in actuality to clips. but, of course, the congresswoman spokesperson was also misspeaking because clips have nothing to do with it, although distinct and different from magazines,
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's national leaders. the head of the national rifle association wayne lapierre joins us as well. other stories we're covering, north korean leader kim jong untaking the rhetoric to new highlights, issuing dailyhreat against south korea. fox news military analyst and four-star jep jack keen ways -- general jack keen ways in. >> pat lea herby announcing he will hold a single hear, one hearing on the gang of eight reform legislation next wednesday. we don't know what is it or when it will be released. earlier they were walking outside the capital to pressure congress to move faster on immigration reform. two senators reached bipartisan agreement on background checks one day before the senate prepares to debate gun control legislation. senators toomey and manchin announcing an agreement to expand background checks to cover herrial sales including those at gunshows an online. private one-on-one sales would be exempt. miff next guest threatped to filibuster. >> joining us is ted cruz. list of assignments so long we won't take up your time with all of them. i'm amazed that you have time for all of th
to amend their arms. will our children be safe? wayne lapierre joins us with answers. and the state of texas is on full alert seeking those who married a texas exit attorney and his wife tonight. attorneys evangeline gomez and brian siber join us with an analysis. honow the continuing, escalating north korea nuclear threats against united states. we are joined by judith miller. i want to begin with a very simple question. the state department was as firm and unambiguous as i have heard in recent memory. what is your judgment? >> our posture is to back away from what we have been doing for the past week since the provocations began. and to turn increasingly toward china and diplomacy and toward an ability to thwart miscalculation on north korea or south korea or japan. lou: is almost inconceivable we have not been working with the chinese government to try to suppress whatever instincts are grinding kim jong-un right now in these crazy threats against the united states. are you saying this is a recent development seeking their help? >> i'm seeing the open emphasis on the role of chin
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shot. you may not know this but wayne lapierre is the executive vice president of the nra. which begs the question, how crazy do you have to be to be the actual president of the nra? he's not even at the top. also, i'd like to acknowledge that earlier this evening there was some confusion with the seating charts. for a moment, someone accidentally sat governor chris christie with the republicans. that was awkward and i apologize. very awkward. but speaking of tables, before dinner i had a chance to mingle. i sold my twitter account to al jazeera for $500 million. they'll buy anything. but it is an absolute joy to be here at the white house correspondents' dinner. last year tom brokaw criticized this event for having too many superstars and a-list celebrities. when i told tom i was attending this year, he said, that's more like it. that shouldn't be funny to you. but this is really a star-studded event. this year you've taken it to new heights. i have to congratulate you. new heights. you have some of the guys from duck dynasty here. yeah. the guys from duck dynasty are here which only
of bombings and bombing attempts in the united states. the national rifle association under wayne lapierre has been incredibly hostile to law enforcement. they say science has found you cannot recover bullets. they say good science. the report they base this on was from 1980. it was prepared with a typewriter. anyone who doubts that can go to my website and click on the link to see it. we've made enormous advances in science. it would be easy to quickly trace gunpowder. >> michael: that's amazing to me. it seems like simple process and one that really doesn't challenge the second amendment which they're so about protecting. it doesn't challenge it at all. let's say that the police were able to trace the gunpowder. what affect could have have had on boston last week. >> presumably they bought it in a store. some people are who are watching could say they could have stolen it that's a possibility but they would go to the store and see more about this. it would further aid the exclusion of the people you don't care about to get to the suspects you do care about and it would enable you to do so ve
to accept arguments which are nonsense on their face. wayne lapierre gives fatuousness a bad name. he contradicts himself all the time. the size of magazines, he doesn't want it being restricted to ten bullets for a magazine because it only takes a second to change magazines anyway, so ten bullets, 30 bullets, what difference does it make to the mass murderer? however, if you're defending your home, then you really need the bigger magazine all the time. you can't just be switching out magazines all the time. >> well, once again, it's megan kelly over at fox who did the hard work here. she had npr, national rifle association, wayne lapierre on, limiting magazine capacity. everything you are talking about. watch this strangeness coming up here. here is wayne against megan. let's watch. >> if there's anything that moves people in this country or has moved them in one direction or the other recently it is that newtown tragedy, and you hear the parents and the spouses of those killed. there were 20 children and six adults killed. say 11 children had the chance to escape as that guy reloade
get feeling he's involved in a same-sex political marriage with wayne lapierre. political marriage. i don't think he's going to -- i mean, i'm sorry, tick off wayne lapierre. your thoughts, congressman, because i really worry now. i like at this 60 vote thing, this ultimatum for people like ted cruz down in texas. it's not going to hurt him. he could be mr. gun man down there. he could be jesse james in and texas is fine with him down there. 60 votes. you have to get all the democrats, five republicans and not loose any of the guys from out west in the democrat inbaert. >> chris, i do think it's going to be difficult, but i don't think it's impossible. i agree with governor. we need to get this to a vote. keep in mind the legislation that we have in the house on the house side, my bill, the gun trafficking bill, has bipartisan involvement. that's a good thing. and -- >> if they ever vote on it. mr. cummings, you know the business. it looks like the thsenate is n going to vote on anything on gun safety. it takes 60 votes. that means the house and boehner can hide like groundhogs. they
of the party's national leaders. wayne lapierre will join us as well. other stories, kim jong un taking his bellicose rhetoric to new heights issuing daily threats against the united states and south korea. fox news military analyst, four-star general jack keane weighs in. >> senate committee pat leahy announcing today he will hold a single hearing, one hearing, on the gang of eight immigration reform legislation. and that will be next wednesday. that despite the fact that we don't know what is in that legislation. or exactly when it will be released. earlier today, tens of thousands of immigration activists were in washington rallying -- rallying outside coe them to act on reform. two senators reach@ agreement on background checks e senate prepares to debate gun c. senators manchin ay announcing their agreement to ed checks to cover all commercial e gun shows and online. private one-on-onee exempt. my next guest threr filibuster. >> i am amazed thar the assignment. great to have you . >> thank you for h. >> in no particulaf developments on the day. your thoughts? >> this connues a pattern
'donnell." have a great night. >>> three months ago, wayne lapierre said he and other nra officials would answer questions on any television program. since then, wayne lapierre and everyone at the nra have refused our invitations to come on this program every night, until now. >> the nra announced new proposals. >> former congressman asa hutchinson. >> false and misleading statements by william jefferson clinton were repeated by witnesses to the grand jury. >> spearheading the nra charge. >> the first recommendation is for model training programs. >> training teachers and personnel to carry weapons. >> designated arms school personnel. >> which could include side arms, shotguns to ar-15s. >> allow for weapons to be carried on school properties. >> there's going to be requirements for changes in state law. >> it is a different story in the states. >> i would be interested what connecticut is doing. >> connecticut is leading by example, passing some of the strictest gun control measures. >> the bill includes a registry for existing magazines and the assault weapons ban, calls for background checks
a plan to stop a shooter. >> okay. but here's my problem again. wayne lapierre, the great leader of the nra, of course has done a complete u-turn on all this. he used to believe and we have replayed this clip many times, that schools should be completely gun-free zones. let me come to you, mr. la tourette. which wayne lapierre should we believe? which nra position should we believe? does he say that schools are gun-free zones or not? >> well, i can't speak for mr. lapierre. let me say this about asa hutchinson. he's a good man. the report made eight recommendations and i know we will focus on the arming personnel in school, but four of them were pretty decent about an online tool to enhance security working with law enforcement. but i got to tell you, in my opinion, just like connecticut's legislature didn't go down the right path, arming people in schools, i mean, i had teachers that i wouldn't trust with a 50 magazine stapler for crying out loud, let alone a firearm. i think you're going to increase accidental shootings and a whole bunch of things that you don't have going on i
's on tape. you have wayne lapierre saying he would support universal background. we played jeff flake and others who indicated as well right after newtown that they would be open to universal background checks. chris says it's illogical what we're seeing. how do you explain the difference between wayne lapierre then and now? >> i can't speak for wayne lapierre or the nra. but they're the most powerful grassroots organization in fact country -- >> why do you think they've changed? >> i don't know that. they have millions of members across the country in every state and every congressional district. these are people that are passional about their second amendment rights and get very skittish when congress talks about messing with those. i don't necessarily think it's a bad idea to sit back, calm down and figure out what the right way forward is. they need a solution to protect kids in school and make sure that second amendment rights are protected. >> it's unanswerable. it is idiotic. you can't be for something and against something and make the argument, the reason we changed our posit
, people's energy, and a real recollection to these crises. >> let's listen to what wayne lapierre said today on fox news about the limitations on magazines, which i think is the critical thing here. >> people that know guns, you can change magazine clips in a second. there's no evidence that, you know, anything would have changed. >> of course, joy, this is the most pure lie he could tell. there is absolute proof that it would have changed what happened in tucson, arizona. that guy had to reload after killing that child there. and in the process of reloading that magazine, that's when they could stop him. >> exactly. you had the woman who was actually able to grab the gun in the gabby giffords shooting. there is no way under complete -- cover fire, right? almost military cover fire. could she have picked up that gun, absolutely not. the forcing a gunman to reload is literally the only way to stop a massacre. and the idea that someone with a gun could have stopped it, well columbine, there was an armed guard there. so that is also fallacious. everything the nra has argued against sane c
it was personally shot by wayne lapierre. don't worry, it was during a home invasion. the fish came in through the window. it wasn't peppercorn, it was buckshot.[laughter] incidentally, you may not know this, but wayne lapierre is merely the executive vice president of the nra. which begs the question, how freaking crazy do you have to be to be the actual president of the nra? [laughter] [applause] he is not even at the top. [laughter] i would like to acknowledge that earlier this evening there was some confusion with the seating chart. for a moment, someone accidentally sat governor chris christie with the republicans. that was awkward, and i apologize. very awkward. speaking of tables, before dinner, i had a chance to mingle, you probably saw me. i worked the crowd, shook some hands and sold my twitter account to al jazeera for $500 million. they will buy anything. it is an absolute joy to be her at the white house correspondents dinner. last year, tom brokaw criticized this event for having too many superstars and a-list celebrities. when i told him i would be attending this year, he said,
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's toughest gun laws, governor dan malloy today responded to nra's head, wayne lapierre, who said the state's new restrictions wouldn't stop criminals from illegally getting guns. >> wayne reminds me of the clowns at the circus. they get the most attention. that's what he's paid to do. >> reporter: and other battles are looming, lester, as congress prepares to tackle immigration reform and the budget. the president's formal budget proposal is due out this wednesday. >> peter alexander, thanks. >>> suddenly this weekend there was renewed speculation, some would call it a frenzy, about whether hillary clinton will run for president in 2016. nbc's andrea mitchell now on what's fueling the buzz. >> reporter: she can be forgiven for heading to a spa after her million mile run as secretary of state. but only two months later hillary clinton supporters are pushing her to run for president. >> 2016! >> hillary! >> 2016! >> hillary! >> reporter: in twin appearances before women's activists last week, clinton's first since stepping down as secretary of state, she was deliberately ambiguous. >> we've
. why wasn't it done a couple of weeks ago. maybe because of people like wayne lapierre of the nra who must not be listening to his constituent. >> wayne reminds me of the clowns at the circus. they get the most attention. that's what he's paid to do. but the reality is the gun that was used to kill 26 people was legally purchased in the state of connecticut even though we had an assaults weapons ban. but there were loopholes in this that you could drive a truck through. >> michael: that is really direct talk from daniel malloy. he's speaking about wayne lapierre who seems to be losing his grip on his constituency. if that's the direction they're going in these polls. the president did speak in connecticut today. malloy was there, the legislature was there. it seemed that he was speaking to everyone in that hall, but a lot of people think he's speaking to the united states senate. that's where his words were directed all day today and you know, to break this down a little bit more, and to break down exactly what this legislation should be and what people in the country want, we will ga
.r.a. chair wayne lapierre about this and big new developments in america's gun control debate. don't miss the head of the n.r.a. right after this break. plus, new federal numbers show a growing number of american couples deciding to live together and raise kids without ever getting married. is that a good idea? and could there be a down side for the country? we'll investigate. and the firing of rutgers basketball coach getting widespread support after video of him abusing players. today we'll look at eric bolling's argument on "the five" not only did rutgers make a wrong call in canning this guy, but a problem with raising our children today. >> here is the question, are we better off as a nation now with all the p.c. and with all the wimp-- wussification and making men chihuahuas. >> fox news alert out of connecticut, that state now boasting the nation's toughest gun restrictions ever. this video of governor dan malloy moments ago signing the sweeping new gun limits into law. that bans more than one hundred firearms and background checks on all gun purchases and bans the sale of ammunit
, wayne lapierre saying we won and we're fighting about a small measure that would make a modest amount of-- >> and judy says, the problem is the the media are not echoing that, the media are saying that the republicans are terrible and we're forgetting that harry reid is in charge of the senate. if the president saying we have to have a vote. pick up a phone and call harry reid and they're both from the same party. what's wrong with that? why aren't we hearing that? why isn't there a front page piece saying where is harry reid. >> the national journal ran a piece and jumped the gun and said that the n.r.a. had already won so it and the all one way or the other. the national journal came out with this, you know, the n.r.a. wins this. that's just not true. >> i want to talk about the newtown families and our hearts go out to them and can't imagine what they're going through. it's a week now and they've appeared on cnn and had a big photo spread in people magazine. >> and the president flew to connecticut and he we saw the speech and they lobbied lawmakers on capitol hill. what do you think
to take away hirohito's guns. never again. and i especially want to salute senate majority leader wayne lapierre. he delivered a huge victory for a misunderstood minority, the 8% of americans who are against universal background checks. now, some say anyone who would oppose keeping dwuns out of the handed of murderers and the mentally ill are outside of the mainstream, perhaps even psychologically unsound themselves, but we'll never know. because thanks to 45 senators, there will be no background checks. we'll be right back. ( cheers and applause ) this. >> stephen: welcome back, everybody. my guest tonight is the chief foreign correspondent for nbc news until jimmy fallon takes over in 2014. please welcome richard engel! ( cheers and applause ) a it's good to see you again. all right, all right. you are the peabody and emmy award-winning chief foreign correspondent for nbc news. also of author of two books and a recent article called "the hostage" in "vanity fair" magazine, talking about when you were taken hospital in syria. where have you just come back from? >> south korea. i just
, professor at indiana university. thanks to you both for being here. i want to start with wayne lapierre, if i may saying the nra supports a bill to get the records of those adjudicated mentally incompetent and dangerous into the background check system for gun dealers and better enforcement of federal laws and stronger penalties for illegal third-party purchases and gun trafficking. that is, i would think, a fairly impressive list of things, the nra supports. paul, can you -- and the brady campaign, then join hands with the nra on those issues? >> those are all basically things that need to be done, things we have pushed for, for years. i was happy after the virginia tech shootings that work -- work with the nra members to make sure we passed the bill to get more records into the background check system but with all of those things, unless we require background checks on all sales we are not going far enough. yes, they are talking about things that make sense and yes, they've talked about things in the past and wayne lapierre suppord universal background checks in 1999 and changed his m
that according to wayne lapierre. they're the reason why in america its easier for a civilian to buy lots of weapons to kill lots of people really fast than it is for you to remember your my space password. here is a tip skeeter, while you're able to arm yourself while calling obama a gun-grabbing tyrant is proof that he is not. by opposing background checks at gun shows, the nra guarantees that guns can be legally bought through the gun show loophole by felons or third parties who sell to felons. then those legal guns disappear, get sold a few more times. when the cops recover those weapons years later after a killing that wiped out a playground full of kids, police can say illegal guns. background checks would not have stopped anything. background checks only infringe on your second amendment rights if you're a felon, a terrorist or criminally insane. if you're all three you probably already work as an nra lobbyist. it's all about the money. west borough ignores the teachings of jesus and takes one line out of context to justified their evil. the nra ignores the second amendment well-r
's no evidence that, you know, anything would have changed. >> that was the nra's wayne lapierre. president obama heads to that state today to continue to push for tougher gun laws. with me now the democratic congresswoman, elizabeth este whose district includes newtown. congresswoman, good morning to you. >> good morning, chuck. dwl glad to be here. >> i want to play your governor's response to wayne lapierre. >> wayne remipnds me of the clowns at the circus, they get the most attention. that's what he's paid to do. this guy is so out of whack. it's unbelievable. 92% of the american people want universal background checks. >> congresswoman, just react to both your governor's new laws and what your sense is that whether this push for new gun control is stalled or not in congress. >> well, i'm highly supportive of what happened here in connecticut and i think it is a template for what we ought to be doing in congress. here in connecticut, which is a big gun state, we have arms manufacturers here, it's part of our economic base and my district, for example, has many gun owners and hunters. and the
at the expense of mitt romney and the nra's wayne lapierre. >> if in 1995 you told me in 2013 we'd have an african-american president with a middle name hussein who was just re-elected to a second term in a sluggish economy, i would have said, oh, he must have run against mitt romney. by the way, no offense, mr. president. i do congratulate you on your victory, but as a late-night comedian, i was kind of pulling for the rich guy whose horse danced in the olympics. here's a fun fact about tonight's food. everything you ate this evening was personally shot by wayne lapierre. don't worry, it was during a home invasion, though. the fish came in through the window. that wasn't peppercorn, that was buckshot, ladies and gentlemen. incidentally, you may not know this, but wayne lapierre is merely the executive vice president of the nra, which begs the question, how freaking crazy do you have to be to be the actual president of the nra? >>> all right, still ahead on "way too early," much more, of course, of our coverage of after sandy, restoring the coast. bill karins joins with a look behind th
manslaughter, against mentally ill people. >> wayne lapierre's position gets a lot of attention in the press and his voice is heard loudly in the press but on that issue of universal background checks he doesn't hold the minority position but a fringe position. below 10%. >> and his own organization. >> within his own organization among gun owners it's still a spring position so something to consider when you hear that position advance over and over. >> so let's drain this bit of emotion and steve rattner, let's look at this as a business proposition. wayne lapierre, he is not irrational and he is not crazy. he's a business person. he makes a lot of money off of guns. and he represents people that sell guns and they make a lot of money off of guns. now, i'm not questioning wayne lapierre's motives. i believe that he is a fervent believer in the second amendment and a fervent believer of background checks a decade ago after columbine but at the end of the day this is about money. i believe the guys, the companies that are making so much money on guns, that have made millions and millions of d
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